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Add these unique cricket stadiums to your bucket list

HP Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamshala 

Nestled among the Dhauladhar Range, this stadium offers architectural elegance and stunning views both inside and out, truly a Himalayan cricket wonderland.

Chail Cricket Ground, Himachal Pradesh

Once a royal playground for Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, now under Indian Army control, enjoy cricket with Himalayan ranges magnificently on display.

Eden Gardens, Kolkata

India’s oldest cricket ground, known as the nation's Colosseum, has hosted countless historic matches including the 1987 World Cup final.

Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

The largest cricket stadium globally, renamed to honor India's Prime Minister, this venue in Motera symbolizes grandeur and scale.

Sher-I-Kashmir Cricket Stadium, Srinagar

Set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes, this stadium has hosted high-profile cricket matches, including an epic performance by Vivian Richards and Virender Sehwag's triple century.

Greenfield International Stadium, Kerala

India's first eco-friendly stadium, surrounded by lush greenery, features advanced sustainability practices including rainwater harvesting.

Netaji Stadium, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

Unique for its location on an island, Netaji Stadium is a hub for local sports amidst the breathtaking island scenery.

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